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71: A Time To Step Down
... Many people did not know what to believe because of the nature of the incident. The incident was to be blown into something that was to embarrass a nation for years to come undoubtedly. President Clinton denied having an affair with Ms. Lewinsky for seven months. When asked once if he had an affair, Clinton responded "I did not have sexual relations with that woman." He fooled everyone, he lied to the world, lied to his own country. President Clinton lied to our faces. Clinton did not just lie to our faces but also lied under oath about his relations with Ms. Lewinsky. In my opinion he is not to be trusted anymore and ...
72: Presidential Debate `96
... choose to aggravate the president to an extreme. When Senator Dole referred to the `92 debate and how the President referred to Bush as Mr. Bush, not Mr. President, and how he himself would address Clinton as Mr. President, it was evident that Dole was going to debate to make Clinton mad enough to make a mistake. Senator Dole was apparently trying to bring out the beast in Clinton, but he kept cool, while Clinton himself made no offensive remarks to Dole. The questions asked brought about straight answers in the beginning, but towards the end, the candidates were repeating themselves because the ...
73: Us Presidents 30-42
... in his support, even after a former member of Thomas's staff, law professor Anita Hill, accused the judge of sexual harassment in nationally televised hearings. Thomas was confirmed, 52-48. 42. President - William Jefferson Clinton Term - January 20, 1993 to Present After 12 years of Republican control of the presidency, Clinton came to office amid high expectations for fundamental policy change. Early in his administration he reversed a number of Republican policies. He ended the federal prohibition on the use of fetal tissue for medical research ... clinics, and used his appointment power to fulfill a promise to place many women and minorities in prominent government positions. The failure to enact comprehensive health-care reform proved to be a major setback for Clinton. Widespread public concerns over the proposal's complexity, its reliance on government administration, employer mandates, and levels of services, combined with an effective lobbying campaign by opponents, drained congressional support for this major policy ...
74: State of the Union Address Essay
State of the Union Address Essay President Clinton has declared that "the enemy of our time is inaction," pledging to forge bipartisan agreements on a balanced budget and campaign finance reform within months, and to lead a "national crusade" to improve education by the turn of the century. Education, Clinton vowed, would be his "number-one priority for the next four years," and he devoted the longest portion of his address to this. He appealed for "national standards" to improve student performance and pledged to promote such standards with voluntary tests prepared by the federal government. Most of the ideas Clinton presented last night first appeared as poll- tested proposals in his reelection campaign last fall: expanding the 1993 "Family and Medical Leave Act" to include time off from work for parent-teacher conferences; school ...
75: Relations Among the Races
... big problem, therefore, they do not see a need for "government intervention" (Anonymous, 1997; 04A). Similarly, Asians, Hispanics and other United States minorities believe they often receive unfair treatment because of their race. However, President Clinton and several organizations -- including the National Multicultural Institute, whose main focus is to "sort out the jumble of expectations and fears that swirl around the initiative's struggle to reconcile ethnicity and difference with the ... treated unfairly by enforcement officers, while one-third believe they are "at risk" (Farley, 1997; 88+) of receiving unfair treatment. Just one of five Caucasian youths feel the same. John Hope Franklin, head of President Clinton's race relations task force, claims genuine racial betterment will not arrive until "you have improvement in the home conditions of kids of all kinds" (Farley, 1997; 88+). An intriguing informal study gives an indication ... be the same problem going into the new millennium. There's plenty of opportunity to meet someone of another culture or that you would have never known about before" (Kohen, 1998; PG). III. CONCLUSION President Clinton has set his sights on bridging the racial gap in an effort to improve the country's "deteriorating race relations" (McFeatters, 1997; 68). By using his clout as Chief Executive and standing behind the ...
76: Concern of the Health Care System
... she says it would not have a great effect on her department as opposed to the hospital as a whole. Managed health care plan that has received the most publicity is that of President Bill Clinton. Clinton's plan calls for universal health insurance, meaning that no one could be denied coverage. When faced with the question of what happens to now coming into the hospital without any health insurance. Powell said, "A person can't be turned away from the emergency room with or without insurance. This causes a large deficit for the hospital." One of the major problems that most critics see with Clinton's plan is that it attempts to provide universal insurance without placing limitations on who can receive certain types of care. These limitations are present in the European, and Canadian plans that Clinton's ...
77: Partial-Birth Abortion and its Affect on the American People
... Dahmer, yet nothing is being done. In fact, in March of this year, a bill was passed in Congress to make this type of abortion illegal; but in April, the bill was vetoed by President Clinton. Scientific theories, social and political views, and religious standards clearly exhibit partial-birth abortion is wrong and a law should be passed to make this terrible death illegal. It has been said that patients abort ... American society to the U.S. House of Representatives, and has provoked many church groups and pro-life activists all across the nation. Many church groups have protested and signed petitions regarding the bill President Clinton vetoed that would have put an end to partial-birth abortions. The Pope has also displayed how he feels about the issue and is "very disappointed with Clinton's decision" about the veto. U.S. citizens have signed petitions to make President Clinton reconsider his veto. Did every voting citizen know that over 2,000 partial-birth abortions are performed annually, and ...
78: Gen X
... they are wrong. Elections have been won or lost due to the support of younger voters. In 1992, 50% of registered voters under the age of 30 turned out to vote. In that election, Bill Clinton received fifty percent of the less than 30 votes (Bush received thirty percent, Perot twenty percent). Clinton's twenty percent margin of victory in the young persons vote was his largest in any age group and may have very well put him in the White House. The biggest issues which affect younger ... are birth control, AIDS, and helping out the environment. If a political candidate would show the littlest interest in young voters, they could very easily gain their support and perhaps their vote. For example, Bill Clinton stopped at many colleges and talked about issues concerning college students. He attacked Bob Doles lack of support for Federal Pell Grants. Therefore, Clinton easily gained the support of many college students. Generation X ...
79: Some Of The Most Important Pre
1812 The election of 1812 consisted of a battle between James Madison, and De Witt Clinton. Madison had represented both Democratic and Republican beliefs, while Clinton was a Federalist. James Madison was born in Port Conway, Va., on March 16, 1751. A Princeton graduate, he joined the struggle for independence on his return to Virginia in 1771. He had been an ... in 1809, when he bested Charles C. Pickney. He had led the U.S. in a very unpopular war, in which the U.S. hadn't been prepared for...the War of 1812. De Witt Clinton was a Federalist, who's main purpose of the election was to get the U.S. out of a war in which he felt was very unnecessary. DeWitt held every major elective office in ...
80: Racial Profiling
... put his foot on Gammage’s neck. Johnny Gammage died , handcuffed , ankles bound , facedown on the pavement shortly after the incident began. Again this man was unarmed. This issue has also been addressed by President Clinton. On June 9, 1999, he ordered federal law enforcement officials to collect data on the the race and gender of the people they stop to question or arrest. President Clinton called racial profiling by police a , morally indefensible deeply corrosive practice.”(Clinton associated press 1) He also said that , “ people of color continue to have less confidence and less trust , and believe they are targeted for action.”(Clinton associated press 1) Clinton recounted that he once ...


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